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A robe, typically made of terry cloth, worn especially before and after taking a bath.
housecoat, bathrobe, dressing gown, robe, negligee, kimonoView synonyms
- ‘Whistling to himself, he left the bathroom and entered the guest suite once more, wearing a sumptuous terrycloth bathrobe.’
- ‘Maggie's clothes had come out of the dryer, so she quickly dressed, returning Charlie's bathrobe to the bedroom.’
- ‘After the relaxing bath I put on my short fluffy white bathrobe and examined the clothes grandmother had provided me.’
- ‘With a sigh, Grace got out of the bath and slipped into her deep purple bathrobe, which came to just below her knees.’
- ‘I sat up in bed in my blue plaid bathrobe, propped against pillows, and sipped the tea and read Tom Swift.’
- ‘It was five o'clock in the morning and she was muttering to herself and holding the fuzzy white bathrobe tightly closed, as if her life depended on it.’
- ‘She was dressed in a really long light blue bathrobe.’
- ‘He wore a colorless, primeval terry-cloth bathrobe that had been picked and shredded to a mangy condition.’
- ‘She tossed the towel she'd been drying herself with over the curtain rod and threw on a white, terrycloth bathrobe.’
- ‘Some of you ladies have been wearing the same flannel bathrobe to bed every night that your grandmother gave you 30 years ago.’
- ‘My eyes flew open instantly and I hurried out of bed, throwing on my old pink bathrobe that was frayed at the edges.’
- ‘Beth still has her hands stuffed into the pockets of her thick floral bathrobe, and she looks cold despite the pleasantly warm house.’
- ‘He touched his blue silk bathrobe delicately as he wandered around, admiring his exorbitant surroundings.’
- ‘The startled cousins suddenly stop as they see the woman in a white terrycloth bathrobe sitting at the bottom of the stairs on the fourth floor landing.’
- ‘He came out of the sweat box before beginning his daily riding assignments, wrapped in a terry-cloth white bathrobe.’
- ‘She threw on a mint green bathrobe and walked slowly down to the kitchen, her blurry eyes lighting up when she noticed that someone had beat her there.’
- ‘She got out of the shower and threw on a cute periwinkle blue bathrobe that said ‘Angel Baby’ across the back of it.’
- ‘Both men turned to see her standing with a towel wrapped turban style around her hair and wearing a terry cloth bathrobe.’
- ‘A few min. later Jacob was up and out the door with a towel and bathrobe.’
- ‘She was standing at the doorway with my baby blue bathrobe.’
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